Slip and fall injuries have, in the eyes of many, earned a bad rap. Seen as exaggerated injuries by con men (or women) seeking to milk companies out of exorbitant amounts of money, the real physical and emotional pain from legitimate victims often goes unnoticed. However, every year slip and fall accidents result in one million emergency room visits and comprise 85% of all workers comp claims. If you have slipped and fallen because of an employer or store manager's negligence, your pain is quite real, and you need legal help that is just as genuine.
If you are like most people, you might switch into autopilot mode after you are involved in a traffic accident. After you make sure everyone is safe and injury free, you might call the police to report the accident and snap a few photos of the wreck with your cell phone. Unfortunately, if the wreck wasn't your fault and there is a chance you might file a personal injury lawsuit, making the wrong moves after an accident could cost you your case.
Imagine this—you spend an evening drinking it up with some buddies at a pub. You've driven home drunk several times before without any problem, so you think nothing of getting behind the wheel. You drive along thinking you're doing just fine, but you suddenly see flashing lights behind you and hear a police siren. You've run out of chances… or have you? Even though you know you shouldn't have been drinking and driving, don't give up and plead guilty at your arraignment.
Since the economic downturn, many investors are turning to property as a way to keep their money safe and generate an additional source of income. Unfortunately, however, many people make rookie mistakes when starting out that can harm their portfolio. As such, consider the three tips below to help you avoid some common pitfalls of buy-to-let properties: Avoid Buying the Wrong Property at the Wrong Price Having a sense of business-savvy will go a long way when investing in property.
Every immigration case is different. If you are a college student on an F-1 visa in the United States, you'll have some obstacles if you meet someone who you want to marry. It is possible to marry and legally become a permanent resident, but it takes some time, money, and effort. If you are planning on marrying while in the US on an F-1 visa, these tips will help you to make the journey as easy as possible.